Yeah, but to be fair, New York is proud of EVERYTHING. lev radin / Shutterstock.com Andrew Sullivan's Newsweek piece famously dubbed Barack Obama "the First Gay President," which is a bit of a snub of James Buchanan but I get where he's coming from. Show More Summary
Happy Presidents Day! We couldn’t think of a better way to honor all 44 of our nation’s top leaders than by digging up some of their old gay sex scandals. To date, voters in the United States have never elected an openly gay president. But if, statistically speaking, 1 in 10 people is gay, then that […]
So much for the First Gay President label… Obama told GloZell during their Thursday interview that homosexuality is a “lifestyle choice.” It’s a good thing he’s not Republican. You’d never hear the end of it. Via Twitchy: “I will tell … Continue reading ?
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English actor Benedict Cumberbatch knows a thing or two about running a country and “fulfilling Obama’s legacy,” apparently. The 38-year-old is playing WWII codebreaker Alan Turing in The Imitation Game, a film premiering at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival this week. Turing, in case you’re culturally inept, was the openly gay Englishman who helped […]
Famous people are saying smart things about Hobby Lobby, anti-discrimination legislation isn't as effective as it should be, and the kids of LGBT parents are all right.
Hold up ho! Joan Rivers Calls Obama The First Gay President, Says Michelle Obama Is A Tranny In either a desperate attempt to drum up sales for her book or just a moment of dementia, old azz Joan Rivers
Via the Advocate: In a brief video reportedly shot earlier this week in New York, 81-year-old Joan Rivers calls First Lady Michelle Obama "a transgender," joking that this makes Barack Obama the first gay president. After being asked...Show More Summary
Barack Obama has aptly been nicknamed “the first gay president” by Newsweek, despite the fact he is hetrosexual, mainly due to his liberal stance when it comes to the gay, lesbian and transgender communities. President Obama has always been open and clear about the fact that he endorses same-sex marriage and has even extended his
Newsweek dubbed him "the first gay president," but his advocacy for trans people is just as progressive — but often uncelebrated. read more
Sims opens up about the state of gay politics in a new interview read more
Would Americans vote for an atheist president? A survey conducted April 23 to 27, 2014 shows that Americans would rather have another Bill Clinton for president and are more open to a gay or lesbian president in the 2016 presidential election. In a related report by The Inquisitr,Bill Clinton claims Vladimir Putin wants a Russian
Most Americans would rather have a president who believes in God rather than one who doesn't. In a recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center, Americans ranked atheism as the most negative trait that could be displayed by presidential candidates who plan to seek the White House in 2016.
Larry King appeared on The Rubin Report to talk with Dave Rubin about civil rights in the 1950's, his perspective on the gay rights movement, and what we might see happen in the 2016 election. Along the way he dropped...
Larry King recently sat down with Dave Rubin to play the guest for a change, and the two cover all things politics and how the world has evolved over Larry’s career. In this notable segment, Larry reminisces about civil rights in the ’50s and ’60s, how the struggle relates to gay rights now, and where […]
Lance Bass of NSYNC fame thinks we'll have an openly gay president someday, but it may not happen in his lifetime. The gay singer, who came out after his boy band fame subsided, does think we've already elected a president who carried on a sexual affair with a member of the same sex. Show More Summary
How is he so sure? Did HE chop down a Commander-In-Chief?? Lance Bass Says There Has Definitely Been A Gay President Before According to TMZ reports: Lance Bass isn’t sure if he’ll see a gay president in his lifetime,
Lance Bass isn't sure if he'll see a gay president in his lifetime, but he thinks there has definitely been a little same-sex lovin' in the Oval Office at some point.Our photog caught up with Bass after he his gig judging the Queen of the Universe…
The easy response would be just to be angry, and vent some rage. This has not been a great week for that part of humanity which finds itself gay: President Youweri Mouseveni of Uganda signed into law a quite despicable piece of legislation, which effectively proscribes same-sex acts. Putin would be proud. Lest we think [...]
Russia is not "going after" gays, President Vladimir Putin said on Friday, defending a ban on "propaganda" about homosexuality that has brought criticism from the West ahead of the Winter Olympics. "There is no ban on non-traditional forms of sexual interaction between people. Show More Summary